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Potter’s House Opens Clinic In Caldwell

To buttress government’s effort, a local church in Logan Town located on the Bushrod has constructed a clinic to help community dwellers in Caldwell.

Pastor Emma –Mai Gbabo Overseer of Potter’s House Assemblies cutting Ribbon along with Archbishop Isaac S. Winker Sr.

The Pastor of the Church dedicated the Potter’s Clinic on Sunday May 27, 2018, in the Caldwell Taylor Mayor compound community opposite the Lonestar Tower.

Pastor Emma- Mai Gbabo said her passion emanated from the Ebola crisis that left many dead.

She said the clinic is said to have an estimated value of US$50,000, but it is located in Caldwell at the Taylor’s Mayor Compound opposite the Lonestar Tower.

Pastor Gbabo also stated that the community has since been facing serious problem in terms of health and medical facilities, “this will help to buttress government’s effort in providing health care need”.

The Potter’s Assemblies Pastor said, the project was undertaken by the church without any government effort neither NGO.

However, she is calling on the government, NGOs and other humanitarian organizations to assist the church to achieve its goal 2020 goal for a heal care center in Caldwell.

Meanwhile, Archbishop Isaac S. Winker Sr. who attended the program blessed the church and indicated that, Pastor Gbabo has demonstrated the love of Jesus Christ.

He urged members of the church to continue in strong prayer for the workers who will be treating people and also those that will be treated for God’s divine Intervention.

Archbishop Winker of the Issac Winker Global Ministries said citizens should not only wait on government to perform social responsibility duty. He appreciated the potter’s House Assemblies for her bold step and cautions other followers of Jesus to do the same.

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